The Book Bin is a locally owned, family operated business that has been in the same family since 1984. Three generations currently spend their time between the Corvallis store and the two Salem stores. Book Bin East is the most recent store, on Salem’s Lancaster Drive; it opened in the fall of 2013. While it is still growing, there is one thing we know for sure it will have soon: a coffee shop. Corvallis and Downtown Salem both have feline mascots: Tess in Corvallis, the grandmotherly matron of the Book Bin, and Rose in Salem, who is young, frisky, and shares a birthday with H. P. Lovecraft. Tess Rose...Read More
We know from experience how the right suggestion can find us our new favorite author or a book that changes how we look at the world. Far be it from us to claim expertise, but if you are looking for that suggestion, or even wondering what the options are, here are a few places you might start: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Looking for a specific title? We may have it or be able to order it. call our Corvallis store at 541-752-0040, call our Salem store at 503-361-1235 call Book Bin East at 971-600-3831 or email us by clicking here: Book Requests ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Search here to see if a new book is available for you to order online and have shipped free to your house from the warehouse. Availability in-store can only be checked by calling or emailing us directly. Orders placed in the store are shipped to the store, where it will be held for you until you can pick it up. Find All ProductsBooksMoviesMusicAll FieldsTitleISBN/UPCAuthor/ArtistGenre/Subject ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ The Book Bin also deals in rare and antiquarian books. The rare book room of our downtown Salem store specializes in science fiction, fantasy and horror. Our rare books room also has other rare and collectible books on many subjects available for browsing Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and by appointment on the weekends. Please call the downtown Salem location at 503-361-1235 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We also specialize in books on the Pacific Islands, information about which is available by emailing email@example.com. A selection of our rare and antiquarian books are available on ebay and ABEbooks, as well as Amazon. The Book Bin on ABEbooks The Book Bin on ebay ____________________________________________________________________________________________________...Read More
The Book Bin hosts local and visiting authors for signings, readings, and poetry nights. Last Friday Poetry Night at the Salem Book Bin happens on the last Friday of each month, and has an open mic as well as a reading by a featured, local poet. Several book clubs also meet at the Book Bin, including the Book Bin Bestsellers Book Club and the Book Bin Science Fiction Book Club. See the calendar for book club meetings. If you are an author and interested in possibly reading at the Book Bin, please email David at firstname.lastname@example.org. All stores Corvallis Salem Downtown Salem East ⇐ ⇒November 2015Day Week MonthSundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdayNov 123456711:00 Story Time @ Book Bin East89107:00 Scott Nadelson and Sean Bernard Reading at Book Bin Corvallis117:00 Book Clubs12131411:00 Story Time @ Book Bin East3:00 William Ritter Comes to the Book Bin7:00 William Ritter Comes to the Book Bin151617187:00 Book Clubs197:00 Horror at Book Bin East207:00 Eleanor Berry Reads for the Last Friday Poetry Group2111:00 Story Time @ Book Bin East2223242526272811:00 Story Time @ Book Bin East1:00 Indies First comes to Salem Once Again2930Dec 1234511:00 Story Time @ Book Bin EastLegend:Book Bin East Events CalendarCorvallis Book Bin Events CalendarSalem Downtown Book Bin Events CalendarWordPress Calendar Plugin by Full Throttle Development ⇐ ⇒November 2015SunMonTueWedThuFriSatNov 123456789107:00 pm Scott Nadelson and Sean Bernard Reading at Book Bin Corvallis111213147:00 pm William Ritter Comes to the Book Bin15161718192021222324252627282930Dec 12345WordPress Calendar Plugin by Full Throttle Development ⇐ ⇒November 2015SunMonTueWedThuFriSatNov 12345678910117:00 pm Book Clubs121314151617187:00 pm Book Clubs19207:00 pm Eleanor Berry Reads for the Last Friday Poetry Group21222324252627281:00 pm Indies First comes to Salem Once Again2930Dec 12345WordPress Calendar Plugin by Full Throttle Development ⇐ ⇒November 2015SunMonTueWedThuFriSatNov 123456711:00 am Story Time @...Read More
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The Book Bin also deals in rare and antiquarian books, a selection of which is available on ABEbooks and ebay, as well as Amazon.The Book Bin ABEbooks store The Book Bin ebay store
I’ve been a fan of Nate Powell for a long time.
I first encountered his work more than a decade ago when I worked as an assistant editor at Dark Horse Comics. Nate sent in samples of his work to see if we’d publish him, and I championed his intense, beautifully-drawn comics. Nothing came of that, unfortunately, but it didn’t seem to hurt Nate too badly. He went on to receive a grant from Shakespeare and company Books to self-publish his first comics series, Walkie-Talkie. Tiny Giants and the Ignatz-Award-winning Swallow Me Whole came followed from Soft Skull Press and Top Shelf respectively. So, yeah, he dealt with the rejection well.
We’re collecting donations for Marion-Polk Food Share – and we need your help!
The Book Bin stores are joining MacMillan’s Children’s Publishing Group’s Crenshaw food drive. It’s a national push for independent bookstores to gather food for their community. At least 90 stores are taking part – and we’re one of them.
Besides being a good thing to do, it’s a bit of a competition. The store that brings in the most food items wins a visit from Katherine Applegate, author extraordinaire!
Applegate is a big deal in the kids book world. She rose to fame as author of the Animorphs series, and gained critical acclaim for The One and Only Ivan, which won the highest award in kid lit back in 2013. We’d love to bring her to Salem.
Will you help? Non-perishable items can be dropped off at any Book Bin location during the month of October. All donations will be used locally to feed the thousands of people that Marion-Polk Food Share helps each month.
For more information, visit www.crenshawthebook.com